Thursday, March 3, 2016

Comic Book Review: Justice League #48 - DC Comics (2016)

The Darkseid War: Part 8
Act 3: Gods of Justice
Chapter 2: Crime Pays

Written by Geoff Johns
Art by Jason Fabok

The Justice League are working with the Crime Syndicate to stop the Anti-Monitor.

The Darkseid War has so many moving parts, it's hard to figure out where to start this review.  DC Comics is doing such a great job with this book.  I've been a fan of Justice League from the first issue and here, at issue forty-eight I am just as excited.  Geoff Johns is exceptional at crafting these long intricate stories that intermingle a multitude of characters who, while maybe not sharing the panel, impact each other with each action.  The Anti-Monitor seems to be an unstoppable force and I look forward to seeing how this war continues to take shape.

Jason Fabok is such an incredible artist.  He does such an extraordinary job with all of these characters he is needing to draw.  Justice League has got to be one of those "dream projects" as you get to draw anyone and everyone on any given panel.

I recognize that Justice League is fully entrenched in the Darkseid War but just pick these books up and start reading.  There is a lot going on but the dialogue is good and the art is remarkable.

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